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Getting a hearing aid for the first time involves taking in a lot of information. While there will be an element of relief in knowing your hearing will be better than before, there is also a certain amount of stress and anxiety in the process. And whenever we face stressful and anxious moments in life, we often forget to listen

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An audiologist is a medical expert who specializes in everything related to hearing and the ears. Everybody should know that it’s important to book an appointment if you ever suffer from any issue related to this part of your health, or just want to get checked over. But what exactly does an audiologist do? The short answer: quite a lot!

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Hearing aids are truly life-changing products for anyone suffering from any form of hearing loss. However, those delicate devices do require ongoing maintenance. Even with the right care and attention, hearing aid repairs may be required from time to time. While seeing an audiologist is always the right to go when a serious problem occurs, basic troubleshooting could potentially solve

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Have you recently been diagnosed with hearing loss? If so, there’s a good chance that your audiologist will have already booked you in for a hearing aid fitting appointment. The point of the meeting is to help determine the severity of your hearing loss and to also teach you about the styles of hearing aid that are available. Once you’ve

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Did you know that simply shouting across the room or using a drill could potentially damage your hearing? We measure sound in decibels (dB) and some of the most common noises we hear on a daily basis could potentially damage your hearing. For instance, if you expose yourself to a lawnmower or heavy traffic for a few hours, then it

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There are many things that can cause hearing loss. It could be a result of your old age, or it could be because you work in an environment that exposes you to loud noises. However, one of the most common reasons for hearing loss is impacted earwax and excess buildup in your ear. Our ears are designed to naturally expunge

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Hearing aids are small devices that will occasionally need some repairs. Even if you look after them and keep them well-maintained, there’s no telling what accidents or mechanical faults could happen that result in your hearing aids failing or losing functionality. Whether you’re relatively new to using hearing aids or if you’ve had your for a while and you’re worried

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If your audiologist has informed you that you are suffering from hearing loss, the next step of the process is likely to be considering a hearing aid . Until you have to use one yourself, few people have a huge amount of insight into hearing aid types, how they work, and what it’s like to live with these devices. This

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You have your new custom-made earmolds in hand. Now what? Simply put, you wear them when you need them. If you have custom-made earmolds for your hearing aids you are going to be wearing them most of the time. If you have custom-made hearing protection well you will be wearing them only when you are in loud places such as

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Hearing aids require batteries to work properly. Hearing aid batteries are button batteries that come in a variety of universal sizes, each of which has a corresponding color. This makes it easy to find the batteries you need, even if you can't remember the size. Hearing aid batteries need to be changed fairly often, but they still shouldn't cost too

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